The North Carolina Community Health Center Association’s Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) is a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded HCCN. Currently participating in its third HCCN funding opportunity (Notice of Grant Award, H2QCS30255-03-02).
“The Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN) funding opportunity will increase health center participation in value-based care. Through leveraging health information technology (health IT), HCCNs will support health centers to: enhance the patient and provider experience, advance interoperability and use data to enhance value.”- HRSA
Receiving support towards health IT utilization, quality improvement and data analytics
Training and technical assistance for practice transformation and value-based care
Access to a shared data analytics platform and support for population health analytics and management
Adopting best practices learned and developed through Carolina Medical Home Network, an Accountable Care Organization and Independent Practice Association
Peer learning opportunities
Group purchasing power
No membership or participation fees
The Critical Role of Care Transitions During COVID: Using Health IT to Support Patients.
Care transitions coupled with un-met social needs are challenging and fraught with opportunities for complications and breakdowns, impacting patients, their families and care providers. During this webinar, with the help of subject matter experts we will explore the use of Health Information Technology to support effective care transitions that consider social drivers of health. Attendees will have the opportunity to make recommendations in a panel discussion on how the Health Center Controlled Network (HCCN) can support community health centers meet these needs.
Click here to register for the 7/9 Meeting. Questions? Contact Lauren Lowery firstname.lastname@example.org
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